About individual works, presented at the pavilion

The Collection: She does what she wants, Untitled I Nada Prlja  2019 280 x 280 x 280 cm Metal profiles, concrete, stones, cast fragments, metal dust, wood, glass, ready made objects Courtesy of Nada Prlja — at Pavilion of North Macedonia La Biennale di Venezia Palazzo Rota Ivancich. Inspired by the works of Olga Jevric (from the…

ARTRIBUNE _ Review

Biennale di Venezia. Nada Prlja e il Padiglione della Macedonia del Nord OCCHI PUNTATI SUL PADIGLIONE DELLA MACEDONIA DEL NORD A PALAZZO ROTA IVANCICH, CHE ACCOGLIE L’INDAGINE ARTISTICA DI NADA PRLJA. Se, per dare un senso più contingente al titolo della Biennale in corso, si volesse augurare a chi arrivi a Venezia “Possa tu visitare…

Ludus _ Our pavilion merchandises designer exhibits his new collection

With this post we would like to introduce you to the new collection by Ludus Post-gender Chapter I. Imagining a future society of eroded gender binary roles is the basis of the new collection entitled Post-gender Chapter I. Intended as a utopian liberatory vision, the author reflects upon the societal and cultural implications and their…

Osservatorio _ Review

Subversion to Red, la Macedonia del Nord alla Biennale Arte 2019 Il Padiglione della Repubblica di Macedonia del Nord presenta alla 58. Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte – La Biennale di Veneziail progetto Subversion to Red dell’artista Nada Prlja Al tema May You Live In Interesting Times, dato dal curatore Ralph Rugoff alla Biennale Arte 2019, la monografica…

What did they say about Subversion to Red_Luca Arnaudo

‘Subversion to Red’ offers alternative solutions … Prlja with a typically Balkan viscerally combined with a cosmopolitan intelligence is proposing a possible future, where a society collectively opens up and become responsible and reconsider the dysfunctionality of many of its foundations and current practices, first of all those attributable to the relations between “capitalism and schizophrenia”…

GAIL DAY (Red Discussion 1, London participant)

is a cultural critic, social theorist, philosopher and translator. She is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University and the author of ‘One-Dimensional Woman’. She served as both editor and translator (with Alberto Toscano) of Alain Badiou’s ‘On Beckett’. Power received her PhD in Philosophy from Middlesex University on the topic of Humanism and…